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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries : MHI Thermal Systems Demonstrates the Potential to Remove and Inactivate the Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) through Proprietary Air Purification Technology
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The results show the ability to control the novel coronavirus by air purification marking a significant step towards MHI Thermal Systems tackling the worldwide pandemic with its expert technology. Tests also confirm efficacy in removing and inactivating traces of the coronavirus through commissioned research from the
MHI Thermal Systems enzyme-urea formulation has properties that fight bacteria, viruses and allergens, with validated efficacy against viruses such as influenza and polio. Under joint research with
The UV-C LED has proven effectiveness against microbial contamination. To verify claims, scientists spread liquid holding tens of thousands of SARS-CoV-2 particles on a resin plate under a UV-C LED light. While performing the experiments in an airtight device for increased accuracy and control of the testing surface. The results confirm a high efficacy of inactivation and the ability to inactivate a significant percentage of the virus.
Having now confirmed the efficiency of its technology against the novel coronavirus, going forward MHI Thermal Systems will continue its collaboration with Professor Katayamas research group. The partnership will work to increase the effectiveness and evidence towards MHI Thermal System products removing and inactivating airborne viruses.
In the years ahead, MHI Thermal Systems will continue to make social contributions through the ongoing development of technologies to fight bacteria and viruses, both during the current COVID pandemic and in the coming post-COVID era.
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